Applied Technology

Overview

The Applied Technology degree is specifically designed for students who have earned a technically-oriented Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree from an accredited institution. The courses in this program allows students to build on the AAS curriculum to earn a 4-year Bachelor of Applied Science degree.

What You'll Do

  • Apply credit they received from an Associate of Applied Science Degree to a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree
  • Understand the fundamental concepts required to be a professional in their chosen field, including concepts in mathematics, physical sciences, technology, and management.
  • Obtain more specialized knowledge in elective areas including construction, electrical systems, mechanical systems, manufacturing, networking, facilities, and/or computer graphics.


What You'll Study

  • IM300 Technical Compositions
  • IM301 Industrial Safety
  • IM419 Industrial Supervision
  • IM506 Projects in ET


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Internships & Career Opportunities

Career opportunities will vary considerably for this program as it is designed to qualify students to advance into technical management roles with appropriate work experience. However, entry-level position will vary based on AAS degree obtained and electives chosen.

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